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1. Frank Langella Frank Langella Actor, Frost/Nixon Frank Langella was born in Bayonne, New Jersey, to Angelina and Frank A. Langella, a business executive. He is of Italian descent. A stage and screen actor of extreme versatility, Frank Langella won acclaim on the New York stage in "Seascape" and followed it up with the title role in the Edward Gorey production of "Dracula"...
2. George R.R. Martin George R.R. Martin Writer, The Lion and the Rose
3. Tammy Blanchard Tammy Blanchard Actress, Moneyball
4. Joshua Gomez Joshua Gomez Actor, BioShock
5. Sandra Dee Sandra Dee Actress, Imitation of Life Sandra Dee was born Alexandria Zuck on April 23, 1942 in Bayonne, New Jersey, to Mary (Cymboliak) and John Zuck. She was of Carpatho-Rusyn descent. Her mother envisioned a show business career for her daughter and would often lie about her age in order to get Sandy where she wanted to go. For example...
6. Walter Olkewicz Walter Olkewicz Actor, The Client
7. Rick Gomez Rick Gomez Actor, Sin City Rick Gomez was born in Bayonne, New Jersey on June 1st. He is the first-born son and was born on his father's birthday. In 1987 the family moved to South Plainfield, New Jersey where Rick went to school. He graduated from South Plainfield High School and promptly moved to New York City to pursue his acting career.
8. Brian Keith Brian Keith Actor, The Parent Trap Son of character actor Robert Keith and stage actress Helena Shipman. He grew up on the road with his parents while they toured in plays. First appeared at age 3 in film Pied Piper Malone with his father. Began acting in radio programs and on stage before World War II. Joined the Marines and served as a machine gunner...
9. James Urbaniak James Urbaniak Actor, The Boxtrolls
10. Jim Norton Jim Norton Self, Comedian
11. Edmund Lyndeck Edmund Lyndeck Actor, Big Daddy
12. Mark Shera Mark Shera Actor, The Best War in Town
13. Jordan Alan Jordan Alan Director, Cats Dancing on Jupiter
14. Neil Kaplan Neil Kaplan Actor, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty
15. Peter Leeds Peter Leeds Actor, The Last Time I Saw Paris A popular character actor who played straight man to many comic greats, including Bob Hope, Milton Berle, Jerry Lewis & Dean Martin, Jack Benny, and Red Skelton. Accompanied Hope on 14 international USO tours. Appeared on Broadway with Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller in "Sugar Babies." Appeared over 8000 times on television, particularly in the fifties and sixties.
16. Tim Ryan Tim Ryan Actor, From Here to Eternity
17. Kevin Stapleton Kevin Stapleton Actor, One Life to Live An east coast native, born in Bayonne, New Jersey is Kevin Stapleton. He attended the University of Colorado and ventured in a brief tenure in business. It was after leaving the business world, Kevin pursued a new path into acting. Moving to New York, he studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse and The Actor's Studio...
18. Barney Frank Barney Frank Self, Inside Job
19. Cy Chermak Cy Chermak Producer, Peaks and Valleys
20. Jason Egenberg Jason Egenberg
21. Sally O'Neil Sally O'Neil Actress, Battling Butler Cute-as-a-button and diminutive in size, Sally O'Neil (sometimes billed as Sally O'Neill), was one of 11 children born to a judge in 1908 in Bayonne, New Jersey. Another sister would also become a well-known actress, Molly O'Day. Sally was educated in a convent and started in vaudeville where she was billed as "Chotsie Noonan" (her real name was Virginia Louise Concepta Noonan)...
22. Peter Konczal Peter Konczal Cinematographer, Urbania
23. Raymond Mansfield Raymond Mansfield Producer, The Messenger Entertainment production and finance specialist Ray Mansfield has more than 15 years of professional experience, which has included overseeing various aspects of over 100 films and raising more than $150 million in production and distribution financing over the course of his career. His experience has...
24. Jack Carr Jack Carr Actor, Flipper's Monster
25. Ben Bernie Ben Bernie Soundtrack, Crimes and Misdemeanors A composer ("Sweet Georgia Brown"), author, violinist and conductor, he was educated at the NY College of Music, City College of New York, and the Columbia School of Mines. Beginning his vaudeville act while selling violins in a New York department store, he organized his own orchestra in 1922, playing a long engagement at the Hotel Roosevelt in New York...
26. Clem Burke Clem Burke Self, End of the Century Drummer Clem Burke was born Clement Anthony Bozewski on November 24, 1954 in Bayonne, New Jersey. Burke first became involved in the rock music scene after he met guitarist Steve Jones at various rock hangouts in London, England in the mid 70s. In 1975 Clem joined the hugely popular, successful, and...
27. Molly O'Day Molly O'Day Actress, The Patent Leather Kid
28. Irving Selbst Irving Selbst Actor, Birdy Irving Selbst was mainly employed in the wholesale menswear industry. He was instrumental in representing the first wave of Italian designers in the United States. He was also involved with the American designer Jeffrey Banks. Mr. Selbst was the archetypal "inside man"; he knew everyone in the menswear business and everyone knew him...
29. Chris Hayward Chris Hayward Writer, Mockingbird Lane Writer, author, songwriter, singer and composer, educated in high school. He arranged for dance orchestras and for recordings. He was a singer on radio and recordings, and a television writer.
30. Bernard Matis Bernard Matis Editor, Johnny Reno
31. Allen M. Davey Allen M. Davey Cinematographer, Cover Girl
32. Justin Sebik Justin Sebik Self, Episode #2.1
33. Paul Schreibman Paul Schreibman Producer, Surrender - Hell! Paul Schreibman was born in Bayonne, New Jersey, in 1909. He first moved to Los Angeles on a football scholarship to the University of Southern California (USC), where he also studied law and eventually became an entertainment attorney to clients as various as Milton Berle and Japan's Toho Studios. As Toho's lawyer...
34. David S. Horsley David S. Horsley Special Effects, The Killers
35. Albert Protzman Albert Protzman Sound Department, Judge Priest Beginning his career at AT&T-Bell Laboratories, Al Protzman became one of the first radio broadcast engineers at age twenty in 1922, working with the AT&T stations WEAF and WJZ, and with the National Broadcasting Company after its founding in 1926. From 1930 to 1936 Protzman worked in Hollywood as a sound engineer for Fox Film and its successor 20th Century-Fox...
36. Bryan Ayres Bryan Ayres Actor, Second Born
37. Irving Rubine Irving Rubine Writer, Twenty-Four Hours at North Fork
38. Ray Gill Ray Gill Actor, Prelude to a Kiss
39. Horace Davey Horace Davey Director, Thru the Keyhole
40. Leo Katcher Leo Katcher Writer, The Eddy Duchin Story
41. Deanna Destito Deanna Destito Actress, Cadaverous
42. Jay Rescher Jay Rescher Cinematographer, The Devil's Daughter
43. Steve Roberts Steve Roberts Self, Episode dated 22 May 2011
44. Ahmed Bey Ahmed Bey Actor, Street-Fighter Born and raised in Bayonne, New Jersey. He was Featherweight Boxing Champ in a Fort Dix Boxing Tournament. During the Korean War he was a Military Policeman. He coached the 6th Army Boxing Team. He became a Boxing Promoter and was Manager of Boxer Iran Barkley.
45. Stanley Horsley Stanley Horsley Camera and Electrical Department, Around the World in Eighty Days
46. Frank P. Quinn Frank P. Quinn Actor, Hurry Up, or I'll Be 30
47. Theo. H. Markovic Theo. H. Markovic Editor, That Man of Mine
48. Grace Livingston Furniss Grace Livingston Furniss Writer, Gretna Green
49. Joe Borowski Joe Borowski Self, Game 3
50. Sam Sheffler Sam Sheffler Miscellaneous Crew, Jim Carrey/Soundgarden
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